Removal firm picks up major new contract
Harvey and Hugo

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Removal firm picks up major new contract

North East-based removals firm Watson’s successfully landed a major contract with multinational giant AMEC to assist in the move of over 500 office stations into a new premises.

The Darlington company worked with AMEC to move staff into their new home on the Lingfield Point business park, on the outskirts of Darlington.

AMEC is the latest in a long line of new commercial customers for Watson’s, as it continues to grow its presence in that area alongside continually healthy demand for domestic removals and storage.

To facilitate the AMEC contract and other commercial work, the company has also added a new vehicle to its fleet.

Company owner Mick Watson said: “We’re delighted to have won this work and our reputation continues to grow in the commercial field and every opportunity that comes our way enables us to prove we are a professional team which prides itself on the quality of our customer service.”

Kevin Catterick, head of function at AMEC, said: “Watson’s Removals provided a competitive price and were very flexible in working around our business needs. They delivered what they promised in a safe, friendly and efficient manner.”

As well as AMEC, Watson’s lists a number of other major UK firms among its commercial clients including NIFCO, the Student Loans Company and Darlington Building Society.

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